The Ford Model T was introduced 100 years ago, in 1908

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Mass produced on an assembly line, with a will of its own, it's 100 years old today: The Ford Model T. The car started a global craze and made Ford Motor Co. one of the world's largest companies.
Guest: Bob Casey, author of "The Model T: A Centennial History"

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